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Answered 2011-04-10 23:36:16

Except for "war nickels", none. All US nickels except those minted from 1942 to 1945 are made of nickel and copper.

"War nickels" contained 1.75 gm of silver instead of nickel because of wartime needs. A troy ounce is about 31.1 gm so you'd need about 18 war nickels to yield an ounce of silver.

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None. Canadian nickels, minted since 1922, have never contained silver.


How many silver war nickels make 1 oz of silver?

One silver war nickel weighs 5 grams and contains 35% silver, or 1.75 grams of silver per nickel. One troy ounce is 31.1 grams. It would take 18 war nickels to make one ounce of silver.


How many war nickels make 1 oz of silver?

War nickels were made from mid 1942 to 1945. They contain 35% silver. It would take just under 18 war nickels to make a ounce of silver. The current melt value of a war nickel is $1.98.


How many war nickels make an ounce of silver?

"War nickels" were made from late 1942 to 1945. Each one contains 1.75 gm of silver, alloyed with copper and manganese. One troy ounce is about 31.1 gm, so you'd need 31.1 / 1.75 or about 18 war nickels to contain a troy ounce of silver.War nickels can be identified by a large mint mark letter over the dome of Monticello on the back. Regardless of popular misunderstanding, they are the only US nickels that contain any silver.


How many silver nickels make one ounce of silver?

One silver "war" nickels (1942-45) weighs 5 grams and contains 35% silver, making 1.75 grams of silver per nickel. With one troy ounce being 31.10 grams (rounding to two decimal places), you would need 18 war nickels to get the full ounce. The exact number is 17.77, but there isn't such a thing as 77% of a nickel.


How many nickels in an ounce?

U.S. nickels weigh 5 grams. 28.35 grams to a standard ounce. * * * * * That means 5.67 nickels in an ounce (approx).


How many grams of silver make one ounce?

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How many nickels make 1 oz of silver?

Except for the famous "war nickels" made from mid-1942 to 1945, the answer is "none", because all other US nickels don't contain silver. Since 1866, the coin has been made of an alloy of 75% copper and 25% nickel. If you have war nickels with a large mint mark on the back, these do contain a small amount of silver - 1.75 gm to be exact. Because one troy ounce is about 31.1 gm, you'd need 31.1 / 1.75, or about 18 war nickels to contain a troy ounce of silver.


How many silver nickels in one troy oz?

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How many grams to make a silver ounce?

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How many nickels in a troy ounce?

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How many silver nickels does it take to make an ounce of silver?

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How many silver quarters to make 1 ounce silver?

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How many silver dollars does take to equal one ounce of silver?

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An ounce is made up of how many nickels?

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How many mercury dimes in an ounce of silver?

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How many silver nickels equal one troy ounce?

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